Coletta & Tyson garden centre completes cafe refurbishment

Coletta & Tyson, based in Woodmansey, East Yorkshire has completed a refurbishment of its Oasis Café to transform its garden centre into a "destination".

Coletta & Tyson
Coletta & Tyson

The new café features a heritage lounge corner, a dining area named the veg patch, children’s area and interesting views out into the garden centre.

Coletta & Tyson director Paul Tyson said: "At Coletta & Tyson we are proud of our East Yorkshire and Italian heritage and we have tried to reflect that within our menu and cafe. Wherever we can, we have sourced from local and ethical suppliers and all our food is freshly prepared and home-made in our kitchen.

"We want the centre to be a focal point of the local area, so people of all ages can come here and enjoy an hour or even a morning or afternoon exploring what we have to offer.

Coletta & Tyson Garden Centre has also secured its 18,000th Loyalty Club member and opened a new 4pets animal store.

Coletta & Tyson’s Loyalty Club is free to join and points can be accrued through purchases in the garden centre, 4pets or Oasis Café.

There are three levels within the Loyalty Club: Bronze – for every pound spent the customer is rewarded with one point; Silver – after spending £250, the customer will be rewarded two points per pound; and Gold – after spending £500, the customer will be rewarded three points per pound.

Every point is worth one penny, which can be redeemed in the garden centre.


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